Well NBC finally made the official announcement that Chuck will be back for a third season. Rumors have been flying around for days saying that it was coming back but with some strings attached, like losing a cast member or two. But it looks like the $5 foot long saved Chuck. According to Rick Porter over at there will be a " 'innovative advertising partnership' with Subway." Zap2it

So Chuck is coming back and it totally brightened up my Tuesday!!!! It's such good news.

Also, coming in on a good note, Dollhouse will be coming back next year. Hurray for Eliza!!

On a bad note, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles will not be coming back :-( We will miss you Summer Glau.

On another upswing of good news it looks like Blink 182 will be coming to SPAC in August so I have that to look forward too. And Joe and I are talking about going to a couple of other cities to catch them, so maybe there will be two road trip in the summer of 09!!

Well enough rambling from me. And if this doesn't make any sense its only because I'm overwhelmed with good news and cannot concentrate and lets face it, this is just a blog for nonsense anyway.

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As you know from either knowing me or reading the blogs on here I'm a fan of NBC's Chuck. Last night was the Season 2 finale. And what a great finale it was. However there has been a lot of talk that the show will not be back for a third season. So I am here, much like a lot of us on the interweb, I'm here to voice my opinion and help save Chuck and bring it back for a third season. BOOM! AMERICA!!

First off all, the show is amazing. It has everything you could ever ask for in a show, action, romance, comedy, pop culture references, hot chicks (aka Sarah Lancaster & Yvonne Strahovski). It's had a great run of guest stars, not that it needed them, Rachel Bilson, John Laroquette, Jordana Brewster, and Tony Hale to name a few. I personally would like to think (especially in season 2) that the guest stars that were in the show wanted to be in the show and that they were fans. I mean really would Chevy Chase or Scott Bakula do the show if they weren't fans? Well maybe Bakula would, but I don't think Chase would.

And how about the supporting cast, aka the Buy More employees. Maybe I just have a soft spot for shows that incorporate people working retail since I did it for so long. But the lines and actions these guys have...just kills me. And none of it is forced, its all flows with the show.

And then there is the music. The show has great songs in all of their episodes. The theme song is Cake. There is always some great songs by some indie artists. In the finale alone it had Gramercy Arms and The Thermals.

So if you are into the show at all, maybe you could help keep it around. There are petitions and websites and movements all over the interweb. I'll link some towards the bottom and hopefully you can sign up.

Also did I mention keeping the show around will keep Sarah Lancaster around? She's had my <3 since SBTB the New Class

Here are some links:


If you want to sign a petition, click above

If you are on facebook or twitter click Here

Thanks for reading this and if you want leave some comments!!!

Until next time,

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So not much to report...just had some things in my head I wanted to write down. As you can see wee are now on Twitter. And at this moment we have FIVE whole followers. Pretty much goes with the theme of the website. I kid I kid.

Just found out last week that Blink 182 is getting back together. I guess they decided back in February to get back together and tour. I guess I wasn't paying attention since it took me so long to find out. But I am really amped that they are. (Yes I know I said "amped") I have never been to any of their concerts and thought I would never be able to once they went on hiatus. I did catch Angels and Airwaves once and it was a great show at Northern Lights. But I am going to do everything I can to catch them this summer. I'll travel half way around the world to see them.

The other day I was driving around and I changed the cd in my truck. I just randomly grabbed one that I hadn't heard in a while and wasn't sure what was on it. But it was a great cd. It had some Something Corporate and Cheating Soccer Mom on it. It was great to listen to with the windows rolled down. I then followed that up with another random cd that had some Blink and Count the Stars on it. It brought me back about 8 years ago. And yes I understand that I'm still listening to cd's in my truck and not an mp3 player. But I refuse to buy and iPod and I can't hook up my Zune to the radio that is in my truck. So I live in the past with my cds.

Nothing much really going the words of Joe Dirt or is it Dirte I just keep on keeping on...


ps I threw up the Mark Hoppus link under "related links" you should check it out.

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80's TV Sitcoms...can't get enough 

So again, it has been a while since I've posted anything. I'm not sure if its because I'm lazy or that I just think you don't find this blog very interesting. But if I am wrong and you do read what I write, then lets continue.

As you know I <3 80's TV sitcoms. Since a lot of bloggers tell you what they are reading and watching I thought I'd give an update on some stuff I've been into.

On a recent trip to Best Buy I picked up season 1 of My Two Dads, what a great show. I've already watched the first 3 episodes and I just can't get enough.

I truly forgot how much I enjoyed this show. Paul Reiser is good, the guy that played Joey is great. The judge makes me laugh. But Staci Keenan's Nicole Bradford is what makes the show. As she should since the story revolves around her.

I also just completed Family Ties season 4. I have season 5 already, just haven't had a chance to watch any of the episodes. All I can say is the Mallory gets better and better every season.

I also picked up Mr. Belvedere seasons 1 & 2 the other day. Again, I haven't had time to watch any of the episodes but I'm looking forward to it.

Are there any shows that you can think of that I should be watching from the 80's? Let me know, leave a comment. And if you haven't watched any of the shows I mentioned you should give them a look if you like 80's as much as I did.


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Blog just to blog... 

It's been a while since my last entry. Thought I'd just throw some stuff out there.

I'm very excited that baseball spring training has started. Once again I will cheer on the Reds and hope that they can make the playoffs. It should be an uphill battle with all the young talent and the tough division that they are in. There is some talk of doing a road trip, to see some games. Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Philly, Baltimore, and New York have all been discussed. Any suggestions??

I just read that Rachel Bilson got engaged, there goes my chances. What does Hayden Christensen have that I don't??

I finally watched the premier of Dollhouse last night. It sat in my DVR for a couple of days, but it was worth the wait. It's kind of got that Christian Slater, My Own Worst Enemy twist to it, but I'm intrigued by it. I personally think that it would do better teamed up with Fringe on Fox than Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. But FOX does not pay me to make the schedule.

I finally got the book that the new HBO mini-series, the Pacific, is based on. It's a pretty good book and I'm actually surprised that it took this long for someone to adapt to a movie or mini-series. If you are into WWII I would suggest pick it up, its called "With the Old Breed" by E.B. Sledge.

Well that is about all I've got for random ramblings.

Until the next time,
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